In this fielding drill, players practice outfield cutoff throws with multiple infielders and outfielders working at the same time.
Outfielders practice fielding ground balls and fly balls, and making cutoff throws in this fundamental drill!
This is a great drill to help fielders practice recovering the ball in front of the body after an error or bad bounce.
The pitcher practices fielding a comebacker then turning a 1-2-3 double play in this fielding drill.
Outfielders work on catching both the ball hit in front of them and the ball hit behind them in this fielding drill.
Middle infielders work on first and third reads when trying to catch a baserunner stealing in thise fielding drill.
In this scrimmage variation, using the tee speeds up the pace of the game and gives your team more repetitions in a shorter time. Hitters can work on their swing mechanics, while fielders can practice fielding ground balls and throwing out runners.
Here's a great drill to practice handling a wild pitch when a runner is on 3rd base. Infield players must quickly react to a wild pitch and try to prevent the runner from scoring.
Here's a great fielding drill to practice using the underhand flip to get force outs at second base.
This drill improves the outfielder’s reaction to the ball, and is also a great conditioning drill!
In this high-paced drill, the Coach hits fly ball to right, runner tags and right fielder overthrows the catcher forcing the pitcher to back up the play.
Players get to practice throwing and baserunning in a fun, game-like situation in this high-paced drill.
This drill practices a situation in which a player must dive for the ball and QUICKLY return to his feet to make the throw. The focus of this drill is improving a player’s reaction time.
This drill works on the skills needed to quickly and effectively field a ground ball. It breaks down five steps that help a player ensure controlled movements.
This is an excallent drill that works on maintaining a stable base while making lateral and linear movements.
It’s important to get momentum during the crow hop movement. This drill teaches the player to get more momentum and velocity on the ball.
With kids under six, playing a scrimmage usually results in a lot of standing around, boredom, or goofing off. This modified version allows you to get more game-like reps for your players, keeps them active and engaged, and helps them learn the roles of the infield positions.